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Quadcast: EVER GIVEN a physical disruptor: Part 1


published on 29 April 2021 89

Found on YouTube. Created by "Quadrant Chambers". Originally published on 2021-04-28.
The world watched as the grounding of the Ever Given in the Suez Canal played out. In a 2-part Quadcast Shipping Special, we review the consequences and legal implications of a major maritime incident of this type.

In this first of the two sessions, Nigel Cooper QC, Chirag Karia QC, James M Turner QC and Ruth Hosking consider what happens following a grounding, including salvage, general average and the liabilities between owners and charterers.

The panels have considerable collision and grounding experience including a major incident in the Suez in 2018.
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